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The Week Ahead in Franklin Township: Nov. 13 to Nov. Nov. 16

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Here's a look at some of the municipal, business and recreational events going on this week in the Township of Franklin.

Monday, Nov. 13

Franklin Township Public Library 

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Shanti Manifase will guide participants through an introductory ADULT yoga session. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a towel or sticky mat. Registration opens at the close of the previous week's class, and registration is required.

Participants should consult their personal physician before beginning any exercise routine. Click here for details. 

Township of Franklin 

Township Council work session/regular meeting will be held at the Municipal Complex at 475 Demott Lane in the Council Chambers at 7 p.m.

Please click here to see the agenda. 

Tuesday, Nov. 14

Franklin Township Public Library 

One-on-One Computer Sessions (Registration Required)

Register for one hour-long one-on-one computer/tech session.  Attendees may bring their own laptop or tablet or use one of the Library's computers during their session. Training can include basic computer skills such as using the mouse, navigating the Internet, and using email, or more advanced topics such as social media, downloading eBooks and apps, using Library databases, and utilizing basic software applications.

Click here for details. 

SnapChat Scavenger Hunt for Teens! 

Join us for our second ever SnapChat scavenger hunt.  Follow the clues and take the right pictures to win.  No SnapChat? No problem, we’ll be working in teams.  Bitmoji FTW! Click here for details.

Wednesday, Nov. 15

Franklin Township Public Library

Franklin Township Public Library is pleased to welcome Dan Levinson's Palomar Jazz Band with Molly Ryan for a FREE concert. Dan Levinson’s popular band and their captivating chanteuse Molly Ryan bring audiences the hot and sweet sounds of the 1920s, '30s and '40s - timeless, evocative melodies from the golden age of popular music that got America on its feet and delighted their senses.  

Click here for more details. 

Thursday, Nov. 16

Franklin Township Public Schools 

This week is American Education Week and this Thursday is Education Support Professionals Day. Click here to learn more. 

TAPinto Franklin Township is independently owned and operated by  Malik A. Lyons FHS Class of 93’ Graduate. 

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